Miskin Manor has 25 acres of spectacular gardens and grounds, set in the glorious Welsh countryside. We are a landscape park, a Victorian pleasure ground and we also have a well-preserved Edwardian terraced garden along with a long drive way to the west of the building. Features include a yew topiary and 'King's beasts', in Tudor style to compliment Miskin Manor. We also have an unusually ornamental walled kitchen garden, with the remains of a canal, a pool and flanking yew hedges.
The beauty of Miskin Manor remains constant throughout the year, as it has done for centuries; taking on a different kind of appeal and charm each season. Whether that be spring where our gardens burst into life and are perfectly in full bloom, autumn where our ancient trees put on a stunning autumnal show, or winter where our sweeping lawns are blanketed with gorgeous drifts of frost or sometimes unspoilt snow.
Our gardens are a particularly outstanding feature and much thought and care has gone into their planning, this has been regarded with us winning Wales in Bloom 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. There is an abundance of colour all year round, planted with traditional 'old varieties' of plants.